Today, we continue the Homeschool Virtual Open House Tour by learning what Bear chose for his Freshman year of High School. Most subjects came from SchoolhouseTeachers.com and others are from recent reviews. He chose four core subjects and three electives to begin his high school career. He is currently on track to earn 7.5 creditsContinue reading “High School Curriculum Choices”
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Math Essentials is known for its practice workbooks to enhance math skills. Today, we’ll be reviewing their Mastering Essential Math Skills, Pre-Algebra Concepts book. Each includes access to online video tutorials for every lesson in the book. A DVD version of the tutorials isContinue reading “Let’s Talk: High School Math Prep”
Disclosure: I received this complimentary product through the Homeschool Review Crew. Today’s review features a detailed look at His Vessel Textbooks – Algebra 1. We’ve been using this for Bear’s 9th Grade math course. Mary C. Carroll created this course with the Christian Homeschool family in mind. While homeschooling her children she noticed the lackContinue reading “Algebra 1 with a Christian Worldview”
Today’s review features a detailed look at Basic Math Skills Rescue Parts 1 and 2 by Math Essentials.
Math Essentials has designed a creative, safe self-competition-styled way to practice math facts with the Speed Wheel Drills book series.
Teaching Textbooks offers a variety of online homeschool math curriculum for students in upper elementary, middle school, and high school. Now, these courses can be accessed via new and improved Teaching Textbooks Math 4.0!
Today’s review features a detailed look at the Mastering the TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator: Augmented Intelligence for all 21st Century Students workbook by Triad Math, Inc.
This review features a detailed look at the new Mastering Essentials Math Skills Book 2 Middle/High School workbook from Math Essentials.
Today’s review features two perspectives of the Single Membership we received via CTCMath. This curriculum couldn’t have come at a better time for our household because we had completed our old program and were looking for something new. I wanted to be sure the new math included testing with the option for our children to move up orContinue reading “Two Sides to the CTCMath Story”